Video: iPhone 7 Plus goes head to head with 6S Plus and 6 Plus in battery test

Apple claims that the larger battery in the iPhone 7 Plus, coupled with its power efficient A10 Fusion processor, gives its new phone an extra hour of life over its predecessor, the iPhone 6S Plus.

Apple claims that the larger battery in the iPhone 7 Plus, coupled with its power efficient A10 Fusion processor, gives its new phone an extra hour of life over its predecessor, the iPhone 6S Plus.

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Chip Antenna Market by Product Type, Application Type, End-User Industry – Global Forecast to 2022

“Chip antenna market in APAC expected to grow at the highest CAGR”

This report covers major regions, namely, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), and Rest of the World (RoW). The market in APAC is expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2016 and 2022, as the region is one of the largest producers of consumer electronic devices such as smartphones, which generally use chip antennas.

“Chip antenna market in APAC expected to grow at the highest CAGR”
This report covers major regions, namely, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), and Rest of the World (RoW). The market in APAC is expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2016 and 2022, as the region is one of the largest producers of consumer electronic devices such as smartphones, which generally use chip antennas. Additionally, APAC is the largest automotive production hub in the world. The growing use of wireless communication for telematics application in automobiles has helped in the growth of the chip antenna market in APAC.

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Hands-on review: Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro

The last time we reviewed a wireless external hard disk drive from Western Digital – the My Passport Wireless – we came out rather unimpressed by the device.

This time around, the My Passport Wireless Pro, a souped-up version of the aforementioned wireless drive, landed on our desk for evaluation – note that it complements rather than replaces the existing model.

The last time we reviewed a wireless external hard disk drive from Western Digital – the My Passport Wireless – we came out rather unimpressed by the device.

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Review: Updated: Moto G4 Play

Introduction and design

The Moto G4 Play just wants to have some fun. It isn’t necessarily the most skilled at any one thing, but it’s hard to look away from a deal this good.

Introduction and design

The Moto G4 Play just wants to have some fun. It isn’t necessarily the most skilled at any one thing, but it’s hard to look away from a deal this good.

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DURABOOK Rugged Computers Improve Railroad Industry Productivity

“GammaTech offers a full line of rugged computers that not only survive, but thrive on the rails and in a rail yard environment,” commented Tom Wang, GammaTech president. “We offer portable and vehicle-mounted solutions to address the wide variety of needs found throughout the railroad industry.

“GammaTech offers a full line of rugged computers that not only survive, but thrive on the rails and in a rail yard environment,” commented Tom Wang, GammaTech president. “We offer portable and vehicle-mounted solutions to address the wide variety of needs found throughout the railroad industry. Rail car inspections and maintenance, to name a few, are ideal applications for our DURABOOK notebook and tablet computers.”

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Updated: How to protect your smart home

How to protect your smart home

Home automation devices such as smart fridges and internet-connected lights can make our lives much easier, but many can also be used to keep our homes, and ourselves, safe and secure.

How to protect your smart home

Home automation devices such as smart fridges and internet-connected lights can make our lives much easier, but many can also be used to keep our homes, and ourselves, safe and secure. In this guide we’ll look at how smart security gadgets can help you protect your home.

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In Depth: The connected kitchen is a half-baked pie

Clean up this mess

For the latter half of the 20th century, kitchen tools stayed pretty much the same. Your basic ’80s microwave was still kicking, there were no great strides in saucepan technology, and the fridge was just a humble fridge.

Clean up this mess

For the latter half of the 20th century, kitchen tools stayed pretty much the same. Your basic ’80s microwave was still kicking, there were no great strides in saucepan technology, and the fridge was just a humble fridge.

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How to get Amazon Echo to work with BT Home Hub

Amazon Echo has launched in the UK, but many BT customers are complaining that the setup procedure for the smart wireless speaker, which should be relatively straightforward, is running into issues when trying to connect to a wireless network created by the BT Home Hub router.

Amazon Echo has launched in the UK, but many BT customers are complaining that the setup procedure for the smart wireless speaker, which should be relatively straightforward, is running into issues when trying to connect to a wireless network created by the BT Home Hub router.

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Inside historic Bell Labs, where tomorrow’s tech is born – CNET

It’s not the traditional five senses that Nokia Chief Technology Officer Marcus Weldon worries about.

For sight, sound, touch, smell and taste, it takes at least a tenth of a second for humans to notice changes.

It’s not the traditional five senses that Nokia Chief Technology Officer Marcus Weldon worries about.

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Sabre and Routehappy collaborate to provide travel agents with intelligent and visually rich airline product content in flight search

The technology agreement marks Routehappy’s first integration with a global distribution system (GDS), the Sabre travel marketplace. It also makes Routehappy Hub a primary source of airline rich content available to agents when shopping, checking for availability, and pricing branded fares in the new Sabre Red platform.

The technology agreement marks Routehappy’s first integration with a global distribution system (GDS), the Sabre travel marketplace. It also makes Routehappy Hub a primary source of airline rich content available to agents when shopping, checking for availability, and pricing branded fares in the new Sabre Red platform.

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